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Why Choose Kong Dental

Experienced and Friendly Dental Team

We want you to feel comfortable and welcome the moment you step into our clinic. We understand visiting the dentist makes some of us anxious, and it’s ok. Our friendly clinic staff and dentists will guide you every step of the way.

Painless Injections

You have no need to be nervous about anaesthetic injections at Kong Dental. Using computer assisted system CALAJECT™, we specialise in delivering 100% painless and gentle anaesthesia injections. We welcome you to our clinics for a truly pain-free wisdom tooth extraction!

Speedy Recovery

We understand you’d want to recover and get back to your schedule as soon as possible. Our experienced dental team will provide you with useful tips that can help in quick and effective recovery. To us, after-care is equally important!

Same Day Appointments Available

If you feel that your dental situation or pain requires immediate attention, don’t hesitate to call us to speak to our friendly staff. We take such cases seriously. During non-operating hours, please contact us at our emergency hotline!

Fully Medisave Claimable

If you are a Singaporean or PR, your surgical procedures may be fully Medisave claimable! Of course, this depends on the treatment and the complexity of each case. But rest assured, our charges are reasonable and we aim to keep our treatments affordable to all.

What are Wisdom Teeth?

What are Wisdom Teeth?

Wisdom teeth typically erupt between the ages of 17 and 25.

Some people have wisdom teeth emerging with no problem, but others may not be so lucky. One or more of your wisdom teeth may be prevented from erupting fully in your mouth due to blockage from surrounding molars, jaw bone and/or gums. This leads to impacted teeth which may partially emerge or never break through the gums.

While many individuals accommodate these teeth with no discomfort or issues, others experience complications that intensify with age. Without extraction, you may experience recurrent infections and pain that require extensive treatment, medications and more.

Everything You Need To Know About Wisdom Tooth Removal

Third and final set of molars that most people typically get between 17 and 25 years old

Your Wisdom Teeth Are Causing Pain
You Can't Maintain Proper Oral Hygiene Around Your Wisdom Teeth (Food Gets Stuck etc)
Neighbouring Teeth Are Decaying
Gum Inflammation Around Your Wisdom Teeth

Dentists recommend removal of wisdom teeth during your late teens or early twenties because the removal is more straightforward and the recovery time is shorter for younger people

You will be given local anaesthesia to numb the surrounding area.
During the procedure, it is normal to feel some pressure and minor discomfort.
After the procedure, your dentist will provide gauze for you to bite down on to aid in healing
Wisdom tooth extraction should not be painful because the area will be numb. However, if you feel some pain during the procedure, inform your dentist or oral surgeon to receive more anaesthetic

For 24 hours after the removal of wisdom teeth, you should avoid:
- Spitting or rinsing your mouth out with liquid
- Drinking alcohol and smoking
- Strenuous physical activities

After 24 Hours:
- Rinse your mouth with salt water to assist in healing and keeping the area clean

If you experience pain or swelling around your wisdom teeth or if you suspect yourself having an impacted wisdom tooth, contact our clinic now!

Meet Our Doctors

  • Dr. Gloria Kong

    • BDS, Queen’s University Belfast, U.K
    • Graduate from the “Comprehensive Orthodontic Programme” ran by the Singapore Dental Association
    Professional Activites
    • Director and the clinical manager of Kong Dental Surgery (Singapore) Pte. Ltd
    • Registered general dentist in Singapore, Malaysia and the United Kingdom
    • Special interest in jaw growth modification among young children and teenagers
  • Dr. Low Peng Koon

    • BDS, MDS, National University Singapore (1987)
    • Specialist training in Oral Maxillofacial Surgery (implant dentistry, jaw & reconstructive surgery)
    Professional Activites
    • 30 years experience in dental implants and dentoalveolar procedures e.g. wisdom tooth removal
    • Trainer for Astra Tech Dental Implant System
    • Visting lecturer, for dental practitioners concerning minor oral surgeries and implant procedures
  • Dr. Ma Shiqi

    • BDS, National University Singapore
    • Awarded Dean's list and the Ngee Ann Kongsi Scholarship
    Professional Activites
    • Clinical experience in the Public Health sector
    • Worked closely with specialists in Oral Surgery (especially Wisdom Tooth removal) and Endodontics (Root Canal Therapy)
    • Attend numerous training courses on endodontics, implants and porcelain veneers
    • Experienced in children's dentistry

Frequently Asked Questions

As Kong Dental is a Medisave Accredited clinic, you will be able to claim up to $1250 for Wisdom Tooth Extractions. In most cases, the patients do not pay out of pocket for their Wisdom Tooth Extractions.

This depends on a few factors, such as how it is growing, or if it's affecting your other teeth. It's best to consult your dentist, who will be able to assess the overall situation.

Do not brush your teeth for at least 24 hours after the extraction procedure. After that, you may brush your teeth gently, and carefully around the extraction area.

For the first 24 hours after surgery, we recommend starting off with liquids, such as fruit juices and water. You can also eat ice cream, yoghurt, and gelato. From the next day onwards, you can try eating soft foods such as porridge, steamed vegetables, soups, steamed fish, beans, and even eggs. Avoid eating spicy foods, anything hard or chewy, and also acidic foods and drinks (like lemon juice and alcohol)

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